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chinofeliz

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Hi folks. I've recently purchased a new (web)cam with my new computer. The webcam's is Microtek Take-It S3. My new computer is Windows XP Professional with Service Pack 2.

I had it going for a while, tried it on MSN, NetMeeting, and ICUII. Installed a driver for it from the CD that came with the product but Windows did manage to find a driver for it as well.

But since I've installed the driver for it, for some reason. Everytime I go to use it (for example, click on Video - Send in NetMeeting) it just reboots the whole computer. It's a driver problem I know.

I'm uninstalling the driver that came with the cam from the computer but I've got a feeling that it's not gonna be that easy. How do you clean out all the drivers for your USB hardwares?

Cheers
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